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by solarider
Published: 13th February 2023 (1 month ago)
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Seven Evergreen SL with XX asymmetric dropouts. These are the lighter version of Seven’s dropouts and a chargeable upgrade.

An absolutely stunning frame in like new condition. Being brushed titanium, it is likely to stay that way with a quick rub down with green Scotchbrite.

A very versatile bike that can be set up as a road bike, winter trainer or for gravel. A real quiver killer/N-1 bike. 

I have always used it as a mullet 1x setup, but there is routing for a front derailleur. 

I have been running the bike with 1 x AXS, but it has all of the necessary ports for a wired set up and a front derailleur.

I had the bike built to take some design notes from my Pegoretti – an almost level (3deg slope), dropped top tube with a slightly extended head tube.

I am 6ft 1inch with broadly average proportions. The bike is a 57/58cm equivalent.

The steerer is trimmed for 25mm of spacers underneath the stem.

I am the original owner and will honour any warranty issues should they arise. I have owned more than a dozen Sevens and have never needed to use the warranty. 

This is pretty much a lifelong bike. With a heavy heart, I have decided that I am not going to ride the road any more so I am putting the proceeds into a new mountain bike.

Hopefully the pictures speak for themselves in terms of the quality and condition of this bike. The frame alone will currently set you back over £5,000, the fork over £400 and the headset £200.

From the original build sheet:

Seat Tube (ctr ctr) 55.0cm

Effective Top Tube 57.8cm

Head Tube Length 17.8cm (including 1cm head tube extension)

Standover 82.8cm

Head Tube Angle 73.0deg

Seat Tube Angle 73.0deg

Bottom Bracket 68mm BSA

Headtube 44mm

Max tyre width 35mm

Seatpost 27.2mm

Rear 142 x 12 thru axle. Front 100 x 12 thru axle.

Electronic/AXS gearing routing (no mechanical guides)

Full mudguard eyelets.

Stability 5/10 (neutral handling)

Drive Train Rigidity 7/10 (towards stiff)

Vertical compliance 3/10 (towards comfort)

Weight to Performance 7/10 (towards performance)

The frame is shown fitted with Enve finishing kit but this has been sold separately. A Chris King headset and a Fairlight Cempa fork are both in equally like new condition.

Frame (inc thru axles), Fork, Headset £2,900 (new £5,699)

This is less than half price so (relatively speaking!) a really good price for a dream build in immaculate condition.

Collected from Godalming, or I can travel to meet up.

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